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A few more interesting links on Delphi, C# and CLR history (trip down memory lane; Peter Sollich)

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/02/27

The continuation of the trip down memory lane

Few people know the name Peter Sollich, as he always chose not to be a public figure (for instance, he is absent on the Outstanding Technical Achievement video).

Peter has been very important for both the Delphi and the .NET worlds: he was the original author of the 32-bit product that became the Delphi x86 compiler.

A few interesting links came up when using his name in some Google searches.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “A few more interesting links on Delphi, C# and CLR history (trip down memory lane; Peter Sollich)”

  1. […] A few more interesting links on Delphi, C# and CLR history (trip down memory lane; Peter Sollich) «…. […]

  2. Hey! That’s fun stuff, thx.

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